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How much monthly profit I can make from loose tea business in my city?
       

        Tea enjoys a global audience, particularly Assam Tea and Darjeeling Tea. Indians are extremely fond of tea as well, and thus, tea is something we always look towards to. Introducing your own brand of loose tea to your city needs meticulous planning and effort, and can be done only after your tea brand is market ready, and poised to enthrall tea lovers.
Before starting, you must be prepared with an estimated monthly profit you can make.
What is loose tea?
This is tea that is found loose in retail shops and recently, through e-commerce websites. These are generally in 3 kg or higher quantity bags. It may or may not carry any particular brand name. Except the name of the producing gardens. They are available in loose form and in retail shops, they are displayed openly for you to see, smell and sometimes taste.
What is the scenario of loose teas in India?
Indians currently have higher disposable income. In a recent study by the Tea Board of India, it has been found that perceived quality and better storage options are making demand for packet tea in India go up. Close to 80 per cent of the households in urban India and around 75 per cent of the households in rural India have shifted to buying packet tea. With this current trend towards loose tea, loose tea options may be on the back foot.
Is there a particular area of India where loose tea is more favoured?
Southern and eastern India consume relatively lesser amounts of tea. It was found that tea consumption in India is skewed towards the northern and western parts of the country, with contribution from the northern states accounting for 32 per cent and 31 per cent from western region. Thus, the western and northern parts of India are conducive to loose tea business.
How much profit can I expect?
This will depend on the revenue generated by your loose tea brand. There will be fixed costs like office, go-down, rent and salary of your employees. There are variable costs like electricity charges, travel allowances etc. The revenue will depend on the amount of sales you manage to make.
If your marketing team is strong, and sales team is successful, the sales will be positively impacted.
The profit margin on loose tea depends on many factors. Some of them are: the soil in where the crops are grown
the climate of the area
the leaves plucked for manufacturing
manufacturing processes adopted
demand for the tea manufactured
We find that Assam tea fulfills all round consumers' demands of every nice of tea buyers.
If the quality of tea is good, then the net margin would be between 10–20% with respect to the current scenario. If the tea quality is not good, you may not have customers and you will have to sell it at a rate which would not fetch you a healthy profit margin.
It is thus extremely important that you have a strong sales and marketing team, and you can properly brand your tea to provide value in the eyes of the customer. With respect to this, presence on social media and customer communication are indispensable.

Swarup Roy

Which types of loose tea is popular in India?
       

        Tea is the most consumed drink after water, in the world. Tea being a plant native to East India, it is extremely popular in India as well. India and China together produce more than 60 % of the world’s tea. Due to the majority of Indians being tea lovers, many loose tea varieties are popular in India.
There are four main types of loose tea that are popular in India. All of them come from the same plant. The type they fall into depends on the form of processing they undergo, after being picked. Different teas can be classified as a type into any one of the following:
Black tea
This is the most commonly produced tea. It consists of catechins and flavonoids, and has a sweet aroma. The sweet aroma is due to the process of oxidation. Green tea
It undergoes the less amount of processing among all the tea leaves. The liquor is refreshing, and is pale-green to yellowish in colour.
Oolong tea
It is a semi-fermented tea. It can be considered as a cross between green and black tea. It also has the least amount of caffeine.
White tea
This type of tea goes through the least amount of processing. As such, it is considered to be a purer source of anti-oxidants than green tea.
A different classification of tea can be done with respect to their source of origin. They are:
Assam tea
Top of the list is Assam Tea. The tea from Assam is rich, full-bodied and dark coloured. It remains a favourite for tea connoisseurs all over the globe. Earlier Darjeeling tea was considerred world famous. But in 2018, Assam tea fetched Rs 40000 per kg in Guwahaty auction center. Its world record. In 2019 june, CTC BOP fetched Rs 600 per KG.
Darjeeling tea
Renowned worldwide due to its unique taste, subtlety and rich tones, this is one of the most popular types of loose tea found in India. It is indigenous to Darjeeling, and the reason for its superior taste is yet unknown.
Dooars and Terai tea
This is grown in the foothills of the Himalayas in North Bengal. The Terai tea is slightly spicy, while the Dooars variety is usually black and light.
Nilgiri tea
This is another variety of tea that is in great demand in loose form. It has a golden-yellow colour and leaves a creamy aftertaste in the mouth.
Annamalai tea
Although the south of India is famed for its coffee, the Annamalai, Wayanadand Nilgiri teas are exceptions. The Annamalai tea has floral notes, a deep golden colour and gives a strong flavour. Wayanad tea
The Wayanad tea is an exceptional type of tea, providing a reddish colour. The liquor is light and quite mellow to savour.
Munnar tea
Another tea type of southern India, this produces a golden yellow liquor with fruity undertones. It has been compared with dipping a biscuit in single malt whisky and enjoying it. Travancore tea
This tea is conspicuous with its reddish liquor, which has a faint yellowish streak.
The majority of the teas have been registered as geographical indications in India. For example, Darjeeling tea, Assam tea, Nilgiri tea among others.

B Kannamma

Which tea is better, Assam, Dooars or South Indian?
       

        A vast majority of Indians are tea lovers, and that is proved by the eclectic variety of teas available in India. There are more than 10 different types of tea, with respect to geographical locations, ranging from the north of India to the south and from the western fringes of the country to the east. Some of the most popular varieties are the Assam, Dooars and South Indian teas.
Although it is a subjective matter as to which one is better, we can provide a brief insight into each type of tea, so that prospective tea drinkers have a reference: The description below assumes that tea manufactured in ideal conditions and at least average to better quality in look and taste.
Assam tea
Assam tea is world famous tea, it is a type of black tea. It is has a strong colour with a malty taste, malty flavour, briskness, strong, bright colour. Its strong tea, so it can be blended easily with any low quality. Its strong so Assam tea is very popular breakfast drinks all over the world. The “Irish breakfast tea”, a famous variety of tea, contains Assam tea leaves. The tropical climate of Assam renders a rich, full-bodied malty taste, which accounts for a high level of loyalty among its drinkers.
In a simplest sentance, Assam Tea Is The Best
Dooars tea
The Dooars tea is indigenous to the Dooars region, in North Bengal, at the foothills of the Himalayas. It is a unique tea, in that it mixes the character of Assam tea with the mysterious sweetness and aroma of Darjeeling tea. The tea is bright and smooth, and is lighter than the Assam tea. The tea is usually black, light and has a fresh flavour to it.
South Indian tea
There are many varieties of south indian teas. Although known primarily for its coffee, south India provides a range of delectable teas.
Nilgiri tea
The tea from this region has exceptional fragrance and taste. It is pale yellow to golden yellow in colour, and leaves a creamy aftertaste in the mouth. It is a type of green tea, and it is registered as a geographical indication under the Indian government.
Annamalai tea
The tea is bright golden to golden saffron in colour. It has a strong flavour and its taste contains floral undertones. It is ideal for consumption in the early morning after waking up.
Wayanad tea
This type of tea has a sweet fragrance and is characterised by an earthy reddish colour. It is light and has a unique mellow taste.
Karnataka tea
Teas from Karnataka produce a golden ochre liquor. They have a simple, balanced character and are medium toned. These teas are ideal for consumption many times a day.
Munnar tea
The tea is golden yellow in colour, with a tinge of fruitiness. It has medium toned fragrance and has been described as equivalent to tasting a biscuit dipped in single malt.
Travancore tea
The tea has a reddish body and a yellowish tinge. It is not full-bodied and is thus ideal for consumption between meals as well.
You have noticed that I have written many paragraphs on Assam tea due to its extra ordinary quality but could not go for other varieties despite born and brought up in South India.

B Kannamma Tamirasu

How to start packet tea business?
       

        India is the second largest producer of tea in the world, and consumes 70% of its produced tea itself. Needless to say, thus, tea is a thriving business to enter into. But starting a tea business requires discipline and proper methodology. Here are some steps that will make the process of starting a packet tea business much easier:
Evaluate existing brands
This is a very important activity. It is the first step you should take if you want to enter the packet tea business. You should perform market research and get to thoroughly know the market, the players, the market share of each player and the brand value of the existing brands.
Clear picture of you own brand
You should create a clear picture of your own brand in your mind, with respect to how you want it to appear to customers. You should have a clear idea about the type of customers you are trying to target with your tea brand, and whether it should be a regular brand or a premium one.
Business plan
Once you decide the customers you want to target and the type of brand you want to create, you should draw up a business plan. The plan should clearly contain your sales and marketing strategy, along with an estimated profit and loss statement.
Tea leaf suppliers
After you have put your business plan in place, you should hunt for the best tea leaf suppliers. You should do a market research about the suppliers available, the type of tea leaf supplied, which leaves are most easily available and their respective prices.
Design packaging
For a packet tea business, packaging is an extremely important part. The packaging serves no purpose other than visual appeal and product protection, but it must be attractive to the customer. The design of the packaging should also have a unique combination of symbols, logos, letters, colours or any other differentiator, which can help the customer differentiate and contrast between your product and other products in the market. In this way, you can create a space in the mind of the consumer and build your own packet tea brand.
Sample box of tea
After the product is ready, you should create a sample box of tea containing a number of packets. You can use it to distribute free samples to retailers, wholesalers and distributors. This can help build their confidence in the product and increase their willingness to stock it, if and when they like the taste. They may also recommend you packet tea to customers.
How to sell
At this juncture, you have to decide how to sell your product. Whether you should rely on offline retailers or online e-commerce sites is a call you have to make at this point.
Register the business
In the end, you must register your business with the government authorities. Your authorised capital will decide the registration fee.

Once the paperwork and formalities are over, you are ready to sell your own packet tea.

Bharati Tamirasu

Important Steps to Start Loose Tea Business.
       

        How to start loose tea business? As such, there is a very good market for selling tea in India as well as the rest of the world. Let us look at some ways to start loose tea business:
1. Evaluate competitor brands
This is the first step you should take if you want to enter the loose tea business. You should perform a thorough market research and get to know the market, the players, the market share of each player and the brand value of your competitor brands.
2. Create a clear picture of your own brand
Having a crystal clear image of your own brand in your mind, with respect to how you want it to appear to customers, is of the utmost importance. There should be no misgivings. You should have a clear idea about the type of customers you want to target with your tea brand, and whether it should be a regular brand or a premium one.
3. Business plan
Once you have zeroed in on the customers you want to target and the type of brand you want to create, you should draw up a business plan. The plan should clearly contain your sales and marketing strategy, along with an estimated profit and loss statement.
4. Tea leaf suppliers
After you have put your business plan in place, you should hunt for the best tea leaf suppliers. You should do a market research about the suppliers available, the type of tea leaf supplied, which leaves are most easily available and their respective prices. In case of loose tea, the grade (for example, leaf) and form (for example, granules) should be pre-decided.
5. Design packaging
For a loose tea business also, packaging is an important part. The packaging serves little purpose other than visual appeal and product protection, but it must be attractive to the customer. The design of the packaging should also have a unique combination of symbols, logos, letters, colours or any other differentiator, which can help the customer differentiate and contrast between your product and other products in the market. This can help you build your own brand. Also, the packaging size (grams or kilograms) should also be decided.
Sample pack of tea
After the product is ready, you should create a sample box of tea containing the loose tea. You can use it to distribute free samples to retailers, wholesalers and distributors. This can help build their confidence in the product and increase their willingness to stock it, if and when they like the taste. They may also recommend you loose tea to customers.
6. How to sell?
This is the point when you have to decide how to sell your product. Whether you should rely on offline retailers or online e-commerce sites is a call you have to make at this point.
7. Register the business
In the end, you must register your business with the government authorities. Your authorised capital will decide the registration fee.

And you are ready to sell your own loose tea!

Bharathi Kannamma

Investment Required to Start Different Types of Tea Businesses
       

        Minimum Investment required for starting Tea Business in your Locality
The initial investment depends on the idea of tea business setup which can be one of the following ideas: Investment on tea wholesale:
Investment in this business, varies from state to state.
Assam tea is better in quality but price is also high.
Doors tea is cheaper but quality is low.
Similarly Southern tea is cheaper again low in quality.
Another option is mixing Assam tea with other tea. .
First of all find out which quality is most popular and what is your target market.
You will get Assam Tea from(all approx prices) Rs 100 to Rs 600, Doors tea from Rs 80 to Rs 150 and South tea from Rs 70 to Rs 110.
Now find out the cost of rent for your wholesale shop including lights and employee salary, transportation, trade licence fee, Gst registration expenses.
That is all you require for starting a wholesale tea business.
Investment for Online tea business:
If the tea businessman does not want to get into all this year long procedure of doing his own farming, then he can opt for online business.
In this mode, he has to collaborate with different tea estates to acquire variety of tea blends which suite consumers’ preferences. .
For successfully selling the tea online, you can sell on shopping websites like Amazon, Flipkart etc.or from your own online store. .
Amazon or Flipkart or other e-commerce websites charge a fixed percentage on your actual sale. .
Bothe these sites have got big customer base. .
So you can reach a wider market through them. .
Alternatively, you can start your own website and sell your product through that.
Running your own website may cost you around Rs 10000 to Rs 50000/- per month including search engine optimization and publicity.
Investment on Tea Cafe or Tea Boutique:
The last method of starting a tea business is to launch a nice tea cafe.
This is one of the most profitable ways for a tea business. General public loves such cafes which serve interesting tea flavours.
Such cafes attract tourists also.
First of all find out what will be the rent of at least 300 square feet shop at your prominent area.
Plus, the investment on interior decoration.
Fancy cups and plates, fancy containers for keeping tea. Everything must look hygienic.
All well dressed tea maker and waiters.
Higher sophistication will require higher investment but also bring in higher profit.
Investment on Tea Stall:
Another tea business idea is opening a tea stall, popularly known as tapir.
The investment is definitely less than opening a tea café.
The minimum investment for opening a Tea Stall would be near to 20,000 INR.
This cost comprises other sub-costs like:
(1) Investment for a 30x30 space is minimum 15,000 INR.
(2) Investment for acquiring Shop Act license and other registrations is near about 1000 bucks.
(3) Investment for furniture, if you want a seating space for people is about 2000 INR.
(4) Investment in other essentials like tea cups, stove, cylinder, utensils, milk etc. is around 3000 INR.

Tea business is great. a respectable business and also very rewarding in monetary terms. We highly encourage you to look into it.

Heena Chouhan

Different type of tea businesses, those you can start.
       

        Tea is a favourite drink of people almost in every country.
The best thing about this wonderful drink is, it is available in a variety of flavours, which are available in both decaffeinated and caffeinated versions.
It is categorized as a nutritionally sound beverage because of different antioxidants which it contains.
Starting a tea business is a great and innovative business idea which would prove profitable in 80% of the cases.
Apart from being profitable, this business is a great way of sharing innovative products with other tea lovers around the globe.
One can start a tea business both online and offline.
Some people may opt for an online tea retail business, while others would prefer opening up a nice evening tea lounge with various tea time snacks on the house.
While there can be some set of people who would prefer up developing their own brand of tea.
In all the business ideas, the amount of minimum investment required is different.
The initial investment depends on the idea of tea business setup which can be one of the following ideas:
A) Farming your own tea:
The very first method of doing a tea business is ‘planting your own tea’. For implementing this idea, you have to look for land which you can own, it can either be purchased or leased from Government.
The next step would be to hire farmers who are capable of growing different tea types of your choice.
Once your land is completely harvested, then you can directly sell the tea in bulk to the wholesale market.
Before your tea reaches the wholesale market, there are detailed steps of deciding how to actually manufacture the tea.
Important decisions are to be made like what nutrients will be added to the tea and how the tea will be packaged, sealed and dispatched.
B) Online Tea Business:
If the tea businessman does not want to get into all this year-long procedure of doing his own farming, then he can opt for online business game.
In this mode, he has to collaborate with different tea estates to acquire variety of tea blends which suite consumers’ preferences.
He will have to get into the details of customer choice like if they prefer premium tea blends or basic ones.
Once the blends are successfully created, they are then sold on different platforms like cafes, wholesale market and online applications.
For making your business successful in the internet world, it is important to create its awareness among the general public.
This can be done by advertising your product on your business website and on common social media platforms like Instagram.
C) Tea Café:
The last method of starting a tea business is to launch a nice tea cafe. This is one of the most profitable ways of implementing tea business.
General public loves such cafes which serve interesting tea flavours.
Such cafes attract tourists also. The look and feel of such cafes completely depend on your investment scale.
If investment capital is good, good cafes with innovative interiors can be launched in posh locations of any city which would eventually attract a lot of the crowd.

Heena Chouhan

How to Store Tea
       

        Tea is one of the most used product in our daily life. And the most important question always arises is to store tea leaves in a stock. These guidelines will help you store the tea leaves with proper care.
• Keep it a dry place
Tea must be placed in a dry area preventing it from moisture. Moisture and humidity decrease the quality of tea and damage its lifespan.
Storage Rack
Better to keep tea bags on wooden storage racks.
Wooden racks prevent moisture creeping in.
• Prevent from strong fragrance or smell
Tea absorbs smell, odour or fragrance quickly from its surroundings. So always keep it away from such strong smell or fragrance.
If your tea storage room is adjacent to any paint / spice/ dustbin / flower garden or anything similar, start worrying.
Because the will ruin your tea fragrance.
• Keep it arranged and organized
Arrange tea packets in a well mannered and organized way.
Do not keep tea packets in haphazard way.
That helps you to identify the tea packets easily and quickly.
Moreover you can detect any damages or pilferage easily.
• Prevent from Sunlight
If you tea is fresh, then heat of sunlight will not help your tea. But if the tea is old then heat of sunlight will be good for recovery of the tea quality.
• Air sealed packets
Present day PP tea bags are air tight and somewhat water proof. These bags help to keep tea fresh, full of tea fragrance and protect tea from moisture attack.
So always keep a check on bags for its quality and if any damage occurred?
• Notes details
Every garden marks their bags with date of packing and its life span.
Generally its 12 months from the date of packing.
So it will be better to stack tea as per their date of packing and the date of your purchase.
These should be cleared stated with display boards.
That way you know it when to sell off a particular stack without further delay.
Just follow these steps, your tea will never become damaged. These will keep the tea quality, you bought fresh for its entire life span.

Nilmani Singha

चाय का ग्रेड क्या मतलब है?
       

        चाय के विभिन्न ग्रेड --- कई नए चाय व्यवसायी अक्सर प्राइमरी। सेकेंडरी। ओर रीप्रोसेस्सेड चाय के नाम से भ्रमित हो जाते हैं।
आसान समझ के लिए, हमने प्राइमरी। सेकेंडरी। ओर रेप्रोसेस्सेड चाय की व्याख्या करने का निर्णय लिया है।
जब नई हरी पत्ती को बिकसित और श्रेणीकृत किया जाता है, तो प्राथमिक चाय बनाई जाती है। प्राइमरी चाय प्रत्येक चाय बाग़ का सबसे अच्छा चाय होता है।
लेकिन हरी पत्ती की गुणवत्ता के आधार पर इस चाय का एक छोटा प्रतिशत कम वजन का हो सकता है या इसमें फाइबर अधिक होता है या स्वीकार्य आकार में नहीं हो सकता है।
इस चाय को फिर से श्रेणीकरण करना आवश्यक है।
इस पुन: श्रेणीकरण चाय को सेकेंडरी चाय कहा जाता है।
पुन: छंटाई के कारण, यह अपने कुछ चमक और ताकत खो देता है।
पुन: संसाधित चाय या रीप्रोसेस्सेड चाय, सेकेंडरी श्रेणी से भी नीचे है।
जब हरी पत्ती को संसाधित किया जाता है, ड्रायर और सॉर्टिंग मशीनों से फाइबर, अस्वीकार्य आकार, चाय के गोले, केक निकलती हैं।
यह सीटीसी मशीनों में फिर से काटा जाता है जैसे कि नई चाय बनाई जा रही है। उसे सुखाया भी जाता है ओर छठा भी जाता है।
इसे Reprocessed tea कहा जाता है। चूंकि यह मूल हरे पत्ते के अवशेषों से बनाया गया है, इसलिए गुणवत्ता कम जाती है।
प्राइमरी ग्रेड --- जब हम चाय का प्रसंस्करण समाप्त करते हैं, तो यह आकार में सुखाने की मशीन से निकलता है।
फिर उसे उसके आकारों के अनुसार वर्गीकृत किया जाता है।
सूची में शीर्ष B O P L-- है जो C T C चाय का सबसे बड़ा आकार है। सुगंध में अच्छा, लाल रंग का चाय, लेकिन, छोटे ग्रेड की तुलना में स्वाद में हल्का।
हम इसे छँटाई जाल में प्रति इंच छह छेद के माध्यम से बाहर करते हैं।
B P S-- यह आकार में B O P L के बाद आता है लेकिन आम तौर पर B O P L से बेहतर होता है।
यह बी ओ पी एल की तुलना में बेहतर रंग, बेहतर लिकर और पर्याप्त सुगंध देता है।
हम इसे एक जाल में 8 छेद प्रति इंच के माध्यम से बाहर करते हैं।
B O P-- यह आकार में B P S के बाद आता है लेकिन लिकर आमतौर पर B O P L से बेहतर होता है।
यह B O P L की तुलना में बेहतर रंग, बेहतर लिकर, बेहतर स्वाद और पर्याप्त सुगंध देता है।
हम इसे एक जाल में 10 छेद प्रति इंच के माध्यम से प्राप्त करते हैं।
B O P अपने से बड़े ग्रेड की तुलना में अधिक लोकप्रिय है।
B O P S M-- आकार के अनुसार यह B O P के बाद आता है।
इसमें लिकर और स्वाद दोनों शामिल हैं। वास्तव में अधिक स्वाद हैं। यह घरेलू उपभोक्ताओं के बीच लोकप्रिय है। बी ओ पी एस एम बाहर करने के लिए, आपको छँटाई जाल में प्रति इंच 12 छेद की आवश्यकता होती है।
B P-- जैसे b o p s m, b p भी आकार में उचित आकार, दिखने में आकर्षक, कड़क लिकर और अच्छी सुगंध होती है।
घरेलू उपभोक्ताओं और अच्छा होटलों के बी पी बहुत लोकप्रिय है।
बी पी बनाने के लिए, आपको छँटाई जाल में 14 छेद प्रति इंच की आवश्यकता होती है।
B P S m-- इसमें भी लिकर और स्वाद दोनों शामिल हैं। B P से छोटा, बड़े होटलों और घरों में लोकप्रिय लिकर है।
यहां आपको, छँटाई जाल में प्रति इंच 18 छेद की आवश्यकता होती है।
O F-- आकार आंख सुखदायक है जैसे B P और B P S m, कड़क लिकर शामिल है।
सभी होटल, रेस्तरां, चाय स्टालों आदि के साथ , कुछ हद तक घरेलू उपभोक्ताओं के बीच लोकप्रिय है।
ओ एफ ग्रेड बनाने के लिए, आपके जाल में प्रति इंच 22 छेद होना चाहिए।
हम बी ओ पी एस एम, बी पी और ओ एफ को प्रीमियम ग्रेड कहते हैं। आम तौर पर ये तीनो ग्रेड अधिक कीमत पर बिकते हैं।
P D-- P D, ऑफ़ ओर पि ऑफ से छोटा और डस्ट से बड़ा आकार का है।
कारण यह जल्दी और कड़क लिकर देता है।
चाय स्टालों, रेस्तरां में बहुत ही लोकप्रिय हैं। आमतौर पर P D अच्छी रंग की चाय देता है।
इसे बनाने के लिए छँटाई जाल में 26 छेद प्रति इंच की आवश्यकता होती है।
डस्ट-- अंतिम और सबसे छोटा आकार। यह सबसे कड़क रंग और कड़क लिकर देता है।
चाय के स्टालों में बहुत लोकप्रिय है। लेकिन अन्य ग्रेड के साथ इस्तेमाल किया जाना चाहिए।
अन्यथा, यह धूल की तरह दिखता है। डस्ट आकार बनाने के लिए, छँटाई जाल में 30 छेद प्रति इंच की आवश्यकता होती है।
सेकेंडरी ग्रेड का नाम एक ही है, खली नाम के पीछे १ लगाना पड़ता है।
जैसे B P 1, B O P S M 1, of 1,
सेकेंडरी ग्रेड में प्राइमरी ग्रेड की सभी विशेषताएं होती हैं ।
लेकिन कम मात्रा में होती हैं।
उदाहरण के लिए B P 1,और B P एक ही आकार का दिखेगा, लेकिन B P1 कुछ हद तक भूरा होगा। इसमें कम लिकर, कम सुगंध होंगे।
इसी तरह सभी सेकेंडरी ग्रेड उनके प्राइमरी की तुलना में समान आकार के होते हैं लेकिन इसमें कम गुण होते हैं ।

Tea Grades Explained in Hindi

How Much Investment Required For Tea Dreg Business.
       

        Rs 2000 investment Tea Dreg Business.
You have read it correctly, Rs 2000 investment tea dreg business. You do not require to invest a paisa more but you can start high return business on tea.
In an average, Indian family uses one kg in a month. After making a cup of tea, most of the people through the drags on drains.
Tea is such a product, which has got multiple uses.
You can make a cup of tea and drink it, after drinking it you can use used tea for many uses. 1. Organic Fertilizer Like all green matters, the residue of tea made or tea dregs contains sufficient nitrogen for plant growth.
You can buy tea drags from tea stall owners and sell it in your own packet of half kg, 1 kg as organic fertilizer.
2. Odour prevention-- Put tea drag in a small porous bag. Wherever you find foul odour, put a bag there.
This tea dreg bag will soak all odour from its surroundings.
You can make 50 gram, 100-gram bags with your brand name on it and sell it in the market as natural foul odour repellent.
3. Tea contains tanning, Tanning can soothe small cut, burns and other irritations.
The way Boroline, Vaseline works.
Here, you can make a paste of tea dregs and sell it in the market.
Remember, if you to sell it as medicine, you will require to follow Govt medicine control rules.
4. Tannins are a natural meat tenderizer. Use can use tea dregs marinade any meat. Just marinade your meat in the fridge for the whole night before cooking.
It is another option of low-cost tea business.
5. Tea as cosmetics. Glossing your hair. Add half liter water to 10 grams tea dregs, keep it to cool and then wash your hair with that in the shower.
The caffeine present in tea helps you promote your hair growth and made it glossy.
6. Mix 10 grams of tea dregs, in a hot, steamy water bowl.
Place your face over the bowl and cover your head with a towel for five to ten minutes. This will hydrate and tone your skin to glow. These are a few uses of tea other than as drinks. You can check the efficacy by using it on yourself.
If you are satisfied, you can start it in your surrounding area.
When you start getting more and more demand goes on increasing investment and market.
A word of caution, since all these businesses are directly related to plants and the human body, so be very careful about the purity of tea dregs.
In addition to your, collect it only from reliable sources, say from your neibour who is at least as careful as you are.
Please also check Govt regulations regarding Cosmetics and medicine.

Sandip Paul

चाय के लिए सही थोक व्यापारी का चयन कैसे करें ?
       

        चाय के लिए थोक व्यापारी का चयन करना हमेशा मुश्किल होता है ।
अलग-अलग आपूर्तिकर्ताओं की सभी चाय लगभग एक जैसी दिखती है ।
लेकिन अगर आप इस सभी संकेत को ध्यान में रखते हैं, तो आप आपूर्तिकर्ता का चयन करने के लिए समस्या का सामना नहीं करेंगे चाहे वह स्थानीय हो, अंतरराज्यीय या अंतर्राष्ट्रीय ......थोक व्यापारी किउं न हो ।
चाय का चयन करते समय, इसे अपनी आंखों के स्तर पर लाएं, पता करें कि क्या दानों पर कोई चमक है? यदि आप चाय पर खिलते या दमकते या नमकीन लगते हैं, तो यह निश्चित रूप से अच्छी गुणवत्ता है ।
A. सबसे पहले, आपके द्वारा चुने गए आपूर्तिकर्ता के पास सबसे अच्छी प्रस्ताव और शुद्ध गुणवत्ता की गारंटी वाली चाय होनी चाहिए । थोक व्यापारी गारंटी देंगे, निर्माण प्रक्रिया के दौरान चाय पत्ती को हाथ से चुना गया और मशीन से काटें और किसी के द्वारा छुआ नहीं गया ।
अधिक छुआ, दमक का अधिक नुकसान । B. आपूर्तिकर्ता की ख्याति--- आमतौर पर, प्रतिष्ठित आपूर्तिकर्ताओं, अधिक संभावना, बेहतर गुणवत्ता, बेहतर कीमत ।
रातों-रात लाभ कमाना आपूर्तिकर्ताओं, कम कीमत, कम गुणवत्ता और सबसे ऊपर पर कोई आपूर्ति नहीं और निवेश की घाटा ।
आपूर्तिकर्ताओं का चयन करने से पहले-
1. आपूर्तिकर्ताओं को चाय पर कोई अतिरिक्त रंग या गंध नहीं होना चाहिए ।
2. चाय प्राकृतिक स्वाद और रंग से भरपूर होनी चाहिए ।
3. यदि चाय शुद्ध है, तो यह औषधीय महत्व से भरा होगा ।
यदि संभव हो, तो, कभी-कभी प्रामाणिक प्रयोगशाला में चाय का परीक्षण करें, कम से कम कुछ नमूने ।
4. यदि यह पाया जाता है कि चाय कीटनाशक या अन्य हानिकारक रसायनों से मुक्त है, तो यह निश्चित रूप से अच्छी गुणवत्ता वाली चाय है ।
5. चाय की पैकिंग एयरटाइट होनी चाहिए । जाँच करें, कि थोक व्यापारी ने इसे सूखी और नमी रहित जगह पर स्टॉक किया है ।
6. अधिक फाइबर, गुणवत्ता कम
7. उत्पादन की तारीख - यह एक माना हुआ तथ्य है कि उत्पादन और पैकिंग की तारीख से एक साल तक चाय ताजा और पीने योग्य रहती है ।
इसलिए बनाने की तारीख की जाँच करें ।
चाय बाजार एक विशाल बाजार है और सभी प्रकार चाय की खपत होती हैं । यह उच्च गुणवत्ता या ​​कि आधा दूषित हो ।
अब, जब आप अपनी चाय खरीदने के लिए तैयार हैं, आपको यह देखना होगा कि विक्रेता कितने प्रकार की, किस कीमत में चाय दिखा रहा है ? उसका जानकारी, अनुभव देखना होगा ।
 आपको यह तय करना होगा कि चाय के लिए सबसे सस्ती दर के साथ जाना है या सबसे अच्छा स्वाद के साथ जाना है, जो थोड़ा महंगा होगा ।
दुनिया भर में अधिकांश चाय खुदरा विक्रेता या थोक व्यापारी अलग अलग गुणवाता की चाय रखते हैं ताकि आपको विकल्प मिलें ।
थोक विक्रेताओं की वेबसाइट ध्यान से देखें, अगर आपको समझ नहीं आ रहा है तो फिर उससे खुलासा जाने ।
यदि आप देखते हैं कि विक्रेता सहायक है, जानकार है, तो आप उसके साथ व्यापार कर सकते हैं ।
यदि उनकी वेबसाइट में दिया गए जानकारी अच्छी और भरोसेमंद लगती है, तो आप उन पर व्यापार के लिए भरोसा कर सकते हैं ।
अब आप उसकी चाय के नमूने देख सकते हैं ।
यदि नमूना अच्छा है तो आप उसके साथ व्यवसाय शुरू कर सकते हैं ।
हमेशा अधिक से अधिक चाय आपूर्तिकर्ताओं से अधिक से अधिक नमूनों की जाँच करे ।
यदि आपके खरीदार पुराना, बासी, बेस्वाद चाय पसंद करते हैं, तो आपको बासी चाय आपूर्तिकर्ता का पता लगाना होगा ।
चाय चुनने के लिए उपरोक्त दिशानिर्देशों को याद रखें, आप सही मूल्य पर और सही आपूर्तिकर्ता से सही चाय खरीद पाएंगे ।
आपको चाय व्यवसाय की शुभकामनाएं........

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